Monday, April 30, 2007

NBC Appreciation Thread: Aka I'm Lazy again

I'm busy with school work so I'm too lazy to come up with a blog post, but I'll write one eventually. I promise! (Ed Note: It might even be about Dinosaurs! I have on good authority that everyone loves dinosaurs)

Anway to tide you over NBC has the entire season of 30 Rock available to watch on their website ( It's the funniest damn show ever (yes, It's surpassed The Office). It's seriously on par to be the next Arrested Development (Ed Note: Which sadly means its going to be canceled soon (𝅘𝅥𝅮)) Go watch.. now!

On a final note, I wanted everyone to be made aware of the second funniest thing about NBC last Thursday. Behold:

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Shake Shake Shake Senora

Has anyone watched the end of Beetle Juice? Apparently none of us have either...

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Choose your own Nussypaloozy

I'm bored and uncreative. So come up with topic ideas and post them in the comments section. I'll blog about the best ones! It'll kind of be like those Choose Your Own Adventure books except nothing like them at all.

Furthermore, if you leave questions in the comments section I'll answer them! (Ed Note: If James Gunn can do it, then by god so can I)

Oh god please do it. It'll be a lot better than sitting around and waiting for another famous person I respect to die.

Monday, April 16, 2007

So it goes

(Ed Note: I think Kurt Vonnegut had a great idea here and I'm stealing it. If I ever die, I want someone to say at my funeral "Nussy is up in heaven now". It's certainly not my favorite joke, but its quite the knee slapper)

I would just like to make that known. I'm not too good with important talks or serious topics so I'm just going to handle this the way I handle most things: with quotes from other people.

In August he said:
The Army kept me on because I could type, so I was typing other people's discharges and stuff. And my feeling was, 'Please, I've done everything I was supposed to do. Can I go home now?' That's what I feel right now. I've written books. Lots of them. Please, I've done everything I'm supposed to do. Can I go home now?"

I guess you can go home now. (Ed Note: Yes I shamelessly stole this from an episode of Scrubs and no I don't care)

I didn't personally know you Mr Vonnegut, but I'm pretty sure I'll miss you.

Finally, I leave you with this tombstone inscription from one of his books:

"Everything was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt"

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. 11/11/1922 - 4/11/2007

Monday, April 02, 2007

I had a dream (last night)

I thought I'd share a funny dream with all of you:
I was one of the writers on SNL, but I wasn't writing anything; I was having dinner with my parents. Then Eli Manning comes over and comments on how he thought my writing on SNL was really funny when his brother hosted. And since I happened to be wearing a Giant's Jersey (It actually looked a lot like a Ranger's Jersey but no one cared) he signed it for me. He happened to be eating dinner with Will Arnett and Amy Poehler, and I was talking to Eli about funny shows on TV and mentioned how funny GOB was on Arrested Development. Then stopped and went "THAT'S YOU!" to Will Arnett. So then I asked Will Arnett for his autograph. After saying "No, I can't. I've got to go back to my table and write something on a sheet of paper for someone" (Funny joke, right?) he signed some random card and gave it to me. I didn't realize that there was a fake name on the card until after I had left the restaurant.

I woke up unhappy this morning for three reasons:
  1. Will Arnett didn't actually give me an autograph in my dream
  2. I didn't actually meet Will Arnett in real life.
  3. I'm not a New York City sports team fan, so why was I wearing a Giants/Rangers jersey
What a crazy dream, right? (Ed Note: I guess Martin Luther King wasn't so special, huh?)

Leave comments with YOUR crazy dreams!